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Nice view

The view is pretty cool and all the buildings are very harmonic. We visited Cuenca for a weekend... read more

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EriBrunette
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Valencia, Spain
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Three days in Cuenca

Casa colgados, hanging houses amazing. Hotel had fab view of gorge and statue of Christ. Lots of... read more

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surreyLoneranger
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All reviews walled town plaza mayor train station hanging houses the river couple of days narrow streets art galleries perched high eating places tourist office up hill amazing views great place to visit hiking trails cafes and restaurants great few hours
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The view is pretty cool and all the buildings are very harmonic. We visited Cuenca for a weekend and is more than enough to see the town.

Thank EriBrunette
Reviewed 1 week ago

Casa colgados, hanging houses amazing. Hotel had fab view of gorge and statue of Christ. Lots of museums but closed Mondays, cathedral lovely as wel. Very steep hills in old town and many steps but worth the climb.l

Thank surreyLoneranger
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

You can spend hours walking round this beautiful town the lovely cobbled streets. The views are magnificent the streets are lined with bars and restaurants you can easily spend a day here. This is a must see place in fact the whole of Cuenca is...More

Thank chasweb
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We did a ,day tour from Madrid by train the AVE.Arrived in one hour.Do not expect to see taxis waiting outside the train station.We had to call for one.Later I found that there is a bus every 30 minutes to the old town for 2.40...More

Thank arturomanlopez
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Cuenca is a very charming city, well worth at least a couple of days. I would suggest the Posada de San Jose as a home away from home and a great restaurant.

Thank David P
Reviewed September 13, 2018

The "casas colgantes" (hanging houses) will bring you here, but wandering around this beautiful and historic town will keep you entertained for the day. Great restaurants and lovely people.

Thank Linda G
Reviewed September 9, 2018

If you travel to the ecnter of Spain you may know about Toledo or Segovia which are beatuful cities but don´t miss Cuenca it definitively will surprise you. Cuenca is a town with millenary history and astonishuing views (Hoz del Huecar and Hoz del Jucar),...More

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Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile

The view is really Amazing and The walk is Great ! We park The car in The huge cave parking . Great and we had a nice walk up . Some people have parked The car up and they did not have much walking łater...More

Thank Jan L
Reviewed August 20, 2018

This is one of the best kept secrets in Spain. This town has it all in a nicely knit package. It has many cultural places, eateries, and diverse outdoor activities. The historic Casco contain many museums and beautiful views. One suggestion is if you are...More

Thank Frank V
Reviewed August 5, 2018 via mobile

Stunning village clinging to cliffs. Be sure to wake up early and take walk that starts at the upper end of old town and walks into the canyon where the views are lovely.

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joannehartwell
July 6, 2017|
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Response from smudger190764 | Reviewed this property |
Thats the easiest way and will take about 10 minutes to the centre of old town! You can carry on going uphill for another 10 minutes though!
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dafajua
March 30, 2016|
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Response from andnobodyknows | Reviewed this property |
The hill only goes in one direction. So if you start at the top it will all be downhill from there. We started at the footbridge near the parador and took a trail through the valley that ended at the top of the old city... More
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coreco
July 18, 2015|
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Friday/Saturday only.
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